Netflix sued by Project Beetlejuice contractors; Vidgo offers glimpse of planned linear OTT service

More online video news from across the web:

> Two of Netflix's paid "juicers," who help the SVOD provider figure out the best still images to use with streaming titles as part of its little-known Project Beetlejuice, are suing the company. The Hollywood Reporter article

> Vidgo shed more light on what its linear MVPD service will offer to consumers. Multichannel News article

> Highwinds will demonstrate its Full Site Acceleration Platform during the O'Reilly Velocity dev ops conference in Santa Clara this week. Release

> Netflix is reportedly changing its logo to a single, big red "N." The Next Web article

> Virtual reality's ability to shift one's perspective can be extremely unsettling. New York Times article

And finally … Online video cannot survive without the support and buy-in of "old" media. EContent article

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